I have been compensated by Pedialyte for this post; however, I am sharing my own thoughts. All opinions are my own.
I'm going to let you in on a little secret. When it comes to keeping our kids hydrated during game time, Pedialyte rules! Using Pedialyte hydration for athletes is a more complete hydration program than using water or most sports drinks because Pedialyte has just enough sugar in balance with sodium to promote fluid absorption more effectively.
Pedialyte Hydration for Athletes
Our kids do what kids do best, they play hard at their favorite sport. Unfortunately though, their favorite sport plays through some of the hottest months of the year making dehydration a real danger for them, especially when Lewis plays his favorite position as catcher.
But it's not just the catchers of the sport that have to worry about dehydration. Kids can quickly become dehydrated on hot days by simply running a few times around the bases.
To maintain proper hydration, we always pack a few Pedialyte Powder Packs with our kid's sports equipment. This way, our kids can prepare and use Pedialyte anytime they begin to feel dehydrated. Two Pedialyte pouches mix perfectly with a cold 16 ounce bottle of water, making it perfect for on the field hydration.
Whether it’s the Liters, Powder Packs, or both, having Pedialyte on hand helps ensure our family is always prepared to beat dehydration. In addition to stocking up to help our athletes combat dehydration, Pedialyte also fights dehydration during flu season, after exercising, and when we travel any time of the year. Plus, Pedialyte comes in many flavors for children and adults and in different forms and sizes to suit their needs. Look for Pedialyte in the baby aisle at Walmart stores nationwide.
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How do you keep your athlete hydrated?